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“A huge crowd kept following him wherever he went, because they saw his miraculous signs as he healed the sick.” John 6:2.  So they asked him, "What miraculous sign then will you give that we may see it and believe you? What will you do?” ...

I had never seen a “Code I” before last week.  I was in a first grade observing a student teacher when suddenly over the intercom came the words, “Code I.”  Instantly the teacher hurried to lock the classroom door and turn off the light.  As...

In order to put a new timing belt in my car the mechanic had to remove the front bumper assembly.  Upon putting it back in place it is now necessary to drive it sixty or so miles before the onboard computers can calibrate distances required...

I feel like I’m adding to Art Linkletter’s “Kids Say the Darndest Things” when I tell you what happened to me in a first grade classroom today.  While supervising a student teacher a little girl approached me and asked, “How old are you?”   I told...

When King Solomon wrote the book of Ecclesiastes he was obviously tired, discouraged and disheartened. It is the thoughts of a man worn out and satiated. He had used his enormous wealth to glut his whole being with the things of the world. Nothing brought...

Close your eyes and visualize this scene.  We are the only customers in Papa Gino’s.  We are patiently waiting for our pizza when a loud voice echoes past all the other empty tables.  #78!!  While picking up our order from the counter I noticed the...

Eons ago I belonged to a paramilitary organization called the Medical Cadet Corps. In the summers we met at Grand Rapids, Michigan to play soldier for a few weeks.  Don’t ask why.  Having the esteemed rank of captain made me responsible for several platoons and...

Throughout the years I have been most unsuccessful in dealing with a major character flaw.   I do not react nicely when someone tells me I have to do something.  I bristle and my immediate response is, “No, I will not do it.”   This occurs when...

Many years ago late in the evening in western Uganda, we came upon a mother lion with three cubs.  Unfortunately she was on the other side of the road from her cubs.  As we slowly moved ahead we were between her and her little ones. ...

Is it just me or do you also develop a slight fear when exiting a store that you will set off the alarm and people will rush upon you to see what you have taken, even when you know you haven’t taken anything?   Just the...